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  • Davidus1
    Senior Member
    • Jul 2008
    • 622

    Jazz Tuba

    This guys is pretty good. I enjoy his improvisation.


    http://youtu.be/ZeY2LshPCdg


    Enjoy!
    John 3:16


    Conn Victor 5H Trombone
    Yamaha 354 Trombone
    Conn 15I Euphonium
  • Davidus1
    Senior Member
    • Jul 2008
    • 622

    #2
    Here's another showing a little more technique.

    http://youtu.be/xCbfxEK-Y9A
    John 3:16


    Conn Victor 5H Trombone
    Yamaha 354 Trombone
    Conn 15I Euphonium

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    • ghmerrill
      Senior Member
      • Dec 2011
      • 2385

      #3
      Like the first; not so much the second. Here's a third that I like partly because he's using a 981-class EEb: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZwZJ...=RDxCbfxEK-Y9A.
      Gary Merrill
      Wessex EEb Bass tuba (DW 3XL or 2XL)
      Mack Brass Compensating Euph (DE N106, Euph J, J9 euph)
      Amati Oval Euph (DE 104, Euph J, J6 euph)
      1924 Buescher 3-valve Eb tuba (with std US receiver), Kelly 25
      Schiller American Heritage 7B clone bass trombone (DE LB K/K10/112/14 Lexan, Brass Ark MV50R)
      1947 Olds "Standard" trombone (Olds #3)

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      • Davidus1
        Senior Member
        • Jul 2008
        • 622

        #4
        Originally posted by ghmerrill View Post
        Like the first; not so much the second. Here's a third that I like partly because he's using a 981-class EEb: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZwZJ...=RDxCbfxEK-Y9A.
        Thanks for posting. I like that. I like the sound that he's getting on the EEb. Not sure what he was using on the other videos. The tuba works nicely with the guitar!
        John 3:16


        Conn Victor 5H Trombone
        Yamaha 354 Trombone
        Conn 15I Euphonium

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        • jstanner
          Junior Member
          • Nov 2023
          • 13

          #5
          I think there's a little too much fluttery stuff in the second one. Impressive, of course, but I have found the best bass solos tend to stay in the pocket.
          Jeremy S Tanner
          Cerveny Sousaphone circa 1920s
          Wessex Duplex Double-Bell Euphonium
          Various custom electric guitars and basses

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